LACONIA — Absentee ballots for the general municipal election on Tuesday, November 5 are available at the City Clerk's Office at City Hall.
City Clerk Mary Reynolds reminded absentee voters that they must return their completed ballots to her office no later than 5 p.m. the day before the election, Monday, November 4, Alternatively, if they choose to mail their ballots, they must be posted in time to be delivered to the City Clerk by Election Day.
Reynolds urged absentee voters to collect their ballots as soon as possible.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 03:49
LACONIA — The Parks and Recreation Department announced Wednesday that Smith Track at Opechee Park will be closed to the public until further notice.
Wednesday afternoon brought in A Cape & Island Track & Tennis construction crew started work on resurfacing the track on Wednesday afternoon.
The department is hesitant to give a date of reopening as there are always delays in construction. Officials ask that no one goes on the track while it's under construction as that would only delay the reopening.
For any other questions or concerns call 524-5046.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 03:40
TILTON — A local business man whose home was burglarized while he and his family were vacationing over labor Day weekend has offered a $1,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the intruder(s).
Charles "Chuck" Drew the owner of Camaro Heaven said he wants to feel as though he did everything he could to stop the person who burglarized his home.
"You just don't live you life the same way," Drew said yesterday.
According to Detective Cpl. Matt Dawson, the Drew's reported the burglary when the returned to their Tilton home.
He said a change jar holding thousands of dollars was removed from the home. More significantly, he said whoever stole the jar ransacked the home and went through his family's personal space.
"I'd like to catch the guy that went through by wife's and child's bureaus," Drew said.
He said he has posted information on his Facebook page about the burglary but has changed the way he and his wife use the popular Internet social network sight.
Dawson said Tilton Police are pursuing a number of leads and ask anyone with any information about the Drew burglary to call the the Tilton Police at 286-4442.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 03:38
LACONIA — With less than two weeks until the election, the time is now to get to know the candidates for mayor of Laconia. On Saturday, the WOW Trail will host a "Walk with the Candidates" event on the trail. Beginning at 10a.m. at the Lakeport Square trail entrance, candidates Ed Engler and Kaileif Mitchell will be walking the trail and fielding questions from voters.
"We're thrilled that the candidates chose to take a walk on the trail," said WOW Trail Executive Director Gretchen Gandini. "It's a great, informal way for folks to meet the future mayor of Laconia and at the same time get a little fresh air and exercise with their friends, families, and neighbors."
Presently 1.3 miles long, the WOW Trail spans from Elm Street in Lakeport to North Main Street near Downtown Laconia. Design and fundraising is currently underway to extend the trail another 1.1 miles from North Main Street to the Belmont town line. After the second section of trail is completed, the plan is to expand the trail in the other direction, from Elm Street in Lakeport to Weirs Beach — connecting Weirs Beach and Lakeport with Downtown Laconia via a safe and convenient passageway.
The WOW Trail is a not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to the promoting, designing, building and maintaining a nine-mile recreational path through the City of Laconia as a part of the regional trail network that will connect Meredith to Franklin.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 03:34
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